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Bull-Dog - Vegetable & Fruit Tonkatsu Sauce 10.1 Fl. Oz.

from Bulldog
4.8 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • Japan's favorite tonkatsu sauce!
  • This flavorful sauce is made for tonkatsu (breaded pork cutlet) but goes well with other meats
  • Other Bull-Dog favorites include Vegetable & Fruit Chuno (semi-sweet) sauce and Worcestershire sauce
  • Net Wt. 10.1 Fl. Oz.

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  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0002IZD1G
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,301 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)

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I learned to love Bull Dog Tonkatsu sauce while I was living in Japan. There was a small deli/grill just outside my local train station that sold set meals of tempura and tonkatsu. (For those who may not know, tonkatsu is a breaded, deep fried pork cutlet. The sauce is designed to garnish this delicacy.) I used to pick some up on my way home from work, stamping my feet to keep warm as I trudged up the interminable hill that led to my apartment. I bought this sauce at the local grocery store and kept it on hand for just such occasions!

To the previous reviewer who compared the flavor to that of nutmeg: Bravo! you almost nailed it:) I have a home made version of tonkatsu sauce I cobble together as a clone. It calls for a significant amount of allspice and clove, as well as a generous splash of sake. If you Google for recipes you can experiment yourself, if you're so inclined. But then, the good folks over at Bull Dog may object to my counter productive views--sorry folks! :)

In closing, I want to urge you to visit Japan and try tonkatsu for yourselves! I had a wonderful time during the two years I lived there! Here's a treasure hunt for you: there is a restaurant specializing in tonkatsu to be found on the top floor of the mall that encompasses the bullet train station in Kyoto. Give that place a try for an unbeatable taste of Japanese cuisine; the view is fantastic! I recommend it highly. Bon appetit!:)
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This sauce is absolutely delicious! It is sweet and spicy, not hot spicy, but more of an exotic spicy. It has a nutmeg, or gingerbread type aftertaste. It's hard to explain but trust me, you'll love it. It's not like anything you'll find in your usual grocery store.
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By Kristi Mitton on November 13, 2008
This sauce is so good! I too grew up with it in New Hampshire. I just wanted to share that I LOVE it with mashed potatoes. In fact, I won't eat them without it. "Bull dog" sauce also tastes really good with chicken. I don't know how to describe the flavor, and I can't seem to find anyone else that likes it. I however, really recommend this sauce :)
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I grew up with this stuff. My family is not Japanese, far from it, we're actually from New Hampshire! Anyways my grandmother would buy this stuff from a small grocery store and ship it to family all over New England. (sorry Amazon you were not around yet!) Anyway the store closed and yadda yadda yadda I thought I'd never have it again. Thanks Amazon for bringing me my favorite sauce and reviving many childhood memories!
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I found the sauce when I lived in Japan, and then, sadly, went approximately 4 years without it before coming across it in an Asian grocery store. My mom always marinated steaks and chicken breasts in the sauce, and they were also so juicy and tasty. I recommend this sauce to anyone who wants something just a tad different from their regular steak sauce. You won't regret it.
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I love to use this sauce for so many different things. I has w wonderful flavor and you can put it with about as many things as you would ketchup.
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This is some very good sauce. I like it on fried meats, fried chicken especially. Goes very well with rice too.

It has an interesting flavor somewhat similar to worcestershire sauce. Try it for yourself and see!
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I became addicted to this when a Japanese friend served it with fried pork many years ago. Even in our urban area, with many "oriental" food stores, it's very hard to find. Rather than drive to Chinatown again, I searched the web and found it at Amazon (to my big surprise). It's worth paying the postage just to get it.
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